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Guide to the Alma and Alfonse Pedroza Recordings, 1941-1956
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Unique lacquer recordings, arranged by date of Singers Alma and Alfonse Pedroza.
item A5341/D12

Lullaby from Jocylin [side a], Indian Love Call [side b] ; Shirley Burdette, vocalist. (10" lacquer disc), July 5, 1941

item A5342/D12

Lord's Prayer ; Fay Duby, vocalist. (10" lacquer disc), March 29, 1941

item A5343/D12

Mappori, Torna A Surriento, De Curtis ; John Bayer, vocalist. (10" lacquer disc), August 4, 1941

item A5344/D12

Obstination, Kenneth Dream of Mann, Dorothy Vocalization ; Alma Pedroza, May 23, 1942. [side a] Le Reve, Manon ; Kenneth Phillips, vocalist. [side b] (10" lacquer disc), August 20, 1941

item A5345/D12

Che Gelida Manina from La Boheme, Puccini ; performed by Sydney Bloom, December 23, 1941. [side a] Salut, Demeure Chaste et Pure from Faust, Gounod ; performed by Sydney Bloom. [side b] (10" lacquer disc), September 27, 1941

item A5346/D12

Passover Seder ; Samuel Phillips, cantor. (10" lacquer disc), April 1, 1942

item A5347/D12

Un Bel Di, from Madame Butterfly, Puccini ; performed by Alice Kludjian. Credo from Otello, Verdi ; performed by José Palomadro. (10" lacquer disc), October 4, 1946

item A5348/D12

Madre del Correro: Jota ; Cynthia Turtledove, vocalist, played by Chatita and Lolita. (10" lacquer disc), June 1, 1947

item A5349/D12-A5350/D12

Meet the Missus, New Fathers Spot. Radio Recorders. (2 12" lacquer disc), April 23, 1949

item A5351/D12

Cars Home [side a], The Last Rose of Summer [side b] ; Alma Pedroza, soprano. (12" lacquer disc), March 16, 1952

item A5352/D12

La Boheme, Puccini ; Alma Pedroza, soprano with The Opera Company of Mexico City conducted by Angelo Ferrari. American Broadcasting Company Broadcast. (12" lacquer disc), April 22, 1956

item A5353/D12

Estrellita, Manuel Ponce ; Alma Pedroza, soprano. American Broadcasting Company Success Story" broadcast. (12" lacquer disc), May 1956

item A5354/D12-A5355/D12

Andalucia, Malaguena, [side a] Scheherazade [side b] ; Adeline Pedroza, vocalist. (2 12" lacquer discs), November 6, 1956

item A5356/D12

Hungarian ; Mr. Baer, tenor with piano. (10" lacquer disc), n.d.

item A5357/D12

Jewel Song, Je Ris de Me Voirs Belle from Faust, Gounod ; Alma Phillips, soprano. (10" lacquer disc), n.d.

item A5358/D12-A5359/D12

Last Rose of Summer, The, [side a] Until [side b] ; Alma Pedroza, soprano. American Broadcasting Company. (2 12" lacquer discs), n.d.

item A5360/D12

Minuet, Scotch, Giselle, Faust. (12" lacquer disc), n.d.

item A5361/D12-A5362/D12

Music I Heard With You, Rupert Hughes ; Alma Pedroza, soprano. Universal Recorders Hollywood Town Meeting. (12" lacquer disc), 2 copiesn.d.

item A5363/D12

My Father ; Mr. Kenneth Phillips, vocalist. (10" lacquer disc), n.d.

item A5364/D12

Sono Ramirez from Fanciulla del West, Puccini [side a], Di Quella Pira from Trovatore, Verdi [side b] ; Bernardo De Muro, tenor. (10" lacquer disc), n.d.

item A5365/D12

Soul of My Soul, Felix Hughes ; Alma Pedroza, soprano. (12" lacquer disc), n.d.

item A5366/D12

Unlabeled ; baritone solo. Unlabeled ; soprano with piano. (10" lacquer disc), n.d.

item A5367/D12

Unlabeled ; tenor with orchestra. (10" lacquer disc), n.d.

item A5368/D12

Unlabeled ; tenor with piano. (10" lacquer disc), n.d.

item A5369/D12

What Has Made Your Heart Cold? ; Harold Timpf, bass. (10" lacquer disc), n.d.